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>> we are having an uneventful start, which is good. no issues on the harrisburg expressway. no problem on the outer loop of 93 and the jfx. as we look at the beltway on the east of liberty, no problems. thank you, kim, it's 5:00 on the dot. bed bugs, the reality, they are showing up everywhere. they are in homes, libraries, everywhere. sharon? >> good morning. a worker at the library found bed bugs in some children's
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bugs, and an exterminator came to treat the library. >> we treated all of our libraries, two book book mobiles, and the delivery vans to exterminate all items to make sure that there was not anything coming in to the building. >> baltimore city has a series of meetings on how you can get rid of or keep away from these pests, go to wmar news.
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>> >> from 10:00 to noontime time a memorial will be held. >> responding to emergencies, just like the shooting that occurred last week at the hospital. the hospital and the security force worked well on last tuesday after a son shot the doctor of his -- his mother.
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>> when you pick up the phone to call, text, or checking e-mails, you can put yourself and others in danger. listen to these numbers. last year, 5,000 people died on the road, and half of a million were injured because of the distracted drivers. >> we couldn't believe that our daughter was taken from us because someone was textinging. >> in a moment your intoir life can consider entire life can change. >> here in maryland, texting
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is illegal while driver, and starting in november, there will be no use of cell phones while driving. >> a program that provides certification, training, it will help all marylands out during a disaster. >> if you pick up the phone and call 911, we will be there in 10 mirchs, but if -- minutes, but if it is a widespread disaster, it is going to take longer for us to get there. we want to help you get prepared. >> you can register by calling the baltimore county volunteers by calling the
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number there on your screen. >> final call of $28,500,000. >> just like that, the townsend comments were sold and bought by who? we don't know. this is supposed to be the future of the comments. >> this is supposed to be a transaction -- a private transaction, and we respect that you would want to know, but it is supposed to be a private transaction. >> some say that cap-mark bought back the property.
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>> one of the biggest churches in the nation. >> now, there are allegations surrounding a well known bishop >> raising awareness for breast cancer, one pink love at a time. >> it's a good start out there if you are on the mark train system is. no problems. up to speed. out on the buses, look for no. 5 to be diverted to central, and we have the 10 and 30 being diverted due to the construction. i'm mark jones. >>
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bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm.
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$2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. >> it's 5:09, student are doing what they can to increase breast awareness. >> >> now with that, is there is more than 300 of them that are flashing their pink gloves. school officials say that the kids were inspired by youtubes
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pink -- glove dance. >> now, the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate and maryland's most powerful doppler radar. last year, there was a dusting of snow on hunters ally. this is a different story, we are about to epped the summer -- end the summer season, and we are dry, but it could get active later today.
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as we crank up the heat, we may have some showers. today is going to be a sunny and partly cloudy day as we crank the heat up this afternoon. more on that and the summer heat building in just a moment right now, let's check the roads. >> thanks, justin. right now, there is not much happening. for those getting ready to start to the d.c. area, you are not going to have any issues there. as you head in to montgomery county, no problems there. no issues on the harvard tunnel freeway. 95 southbound is looking good from the beltway to route 32. and between 70 and 95, that's going to take you about 6 minutes. on the west side of liberty road, no problems there
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between the interchange and i 95. >> i'm going to invite you in to my kitchen tonight wearing goggles, and bunson burger, and a lab coat? >> it makes a difference if it is made in the lab, right? >> ♪
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>> storm gear and promotional consideration provided by llb. >> >> we are going to open up a new restaurant called the laboratory, what do you think? >> dinner tonight, a bit strange now, but an upcoming decision by the fda. a frank and fish could be other thicks at the -- things at the market. >> this is a local company that is making salmon grow
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bigger faster. this could impact a lot of other things in gosh ri stores and -- grocery stores and on your dinner plate. >> we have to check the risk assessment and it is already used extensively nor the crocks. some of the critics say that the fda hasn't given the genetically engineered salmon enough thought. they peaked at a touchy time for this food safety on the heels of a recall of millions of eggs that raised serious questions about the nation's food supply and whether the
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fda has enough adequate resources to police what we each. >> now, the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate and maryland's most powerful doppler radar. >> let's look at the al man knack knack -- almanac. we will be well above normal. the heat way in 1931 still in the books at 99 degrees. 6:04 sun up, and down at 7:04. this morning, we have a transition that is not quite adds chilly this morning -- as chilly this morning. we are going to be pumping in summer heat. we are going to be extending this from the south and the
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west. we have some strong storms that will be erupting nearby and try to move in to our direction. check yesterday's high? normal at 97. there's a widespread heat that is building north and east, and it is going to be heading in our direction. we are holding at a nice start at 67 degrees and we have a near full moon out there. we will be getting a taste of the warm temperatures heading through today, tomorrow, and friday. and we have the chance of showers and storms moving in and they are continuing to build in the mountains. the idea that we have the afternoon storms that will be crossing the mountaining res
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and reaching us -- mountains and reach us during the afternoon and evening hours. for today, we have a guaranteed high getting back us in to the 80s, 87 degrees. you will notice 85 in westminister, and we diminished the storms on the eastern shore, we will see the energy staying west of the mountains and the beltway. you should remain partly cloudy and dry. 66 for tonight. tomorrow, high temperatures of 89 to 90 degrees. kim? >> >> the roadways are off to a fantastic start, we don't have any problems to tell you about, but we have some overnight road construction. the two left lanes are taken
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away on route 32. i-95 at 95, the traffic is not as heavy quite yet. it is moving smoothly between the 95 corridors. on the outer loop lanes across the key bridge approaching i-97, no problems there either, a 9 minute trip. >> >> detroit police are investigating a severe beating of aretha franklin's son. he was attacked at the gas station and three people were involved in this. and he is now undergoing plastic surgery at a local hospital. >> a helicopter snags power
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lines, no one was hurt, but the incident knocked out the powers for many, many, homes. this is part of the movie making of the robot. >> >> dancing with the stars, the first couple went home. >> the couple with the lowest scores is: david and kim. >> >> the hoff is off. david hassleoff and kim johnson were the first to be eliminated. the 58 actor was tie -- was
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let go. >> i was surprised. i thought he would hang in a little longer because it was fun. >> the hoff is off. >> a bob cat takes out a buck eye? >> what caused the mascot mayham. >> >> abc 2 works for the community. a proud sponsor of komen's race for the cure. >>
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four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billions from a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle class marylanders do.
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>> another case of the philly's fan covered in red from head to toe.
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the security chased him down, but also one of the players helped them out. he spent the night in jail. it's not usually the mascots making the big hits, but this video is spreading across the area. rufus the bob cat regrets the incident that occurred, and he planned it for months. he said his attack from brutus provided with plenty of boos from the ohio state fans, and he is okay with that.
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-- haning has been let go as the mascot and apologized to the ohio state fans. >> he is no longer the mascot. >> now, the forecast certified most accurate. >> mascots were not supposed to talk and so the interview was not impressive, they just do the mind thing. >> i know ken is thrilled about this one. 87 this afternoon coming with a chance of thunderstorms, it will likely occur after 5:00. we have a bright lit sky early
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this morning. 89 on thursday, 90 on friday, and we have 52 days higher than 90 degrees this summer. slipping in to the 80s on saturday. 8 -- 83 degrees on sunday. let's check out the tech bytes. >> spam followers with garbled messages can cause popup issues even if you don't click on the message itself. this has been found to occur on facebook. >> i find holding my arm out, i can have a virtual sword,
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baseball racket, things like that. you stop looking at the physical hand, and you instead looking at the tv screen and you are really interacting the virtual world. i thought it was a lot of fun. >> you can read her full review on the wall street journal website. those are your tech bytes, i'm anita meyer. >>

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